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The time course of individuals' perception of coarticulatory information is linked to their production: implications for sound change2018 Language 94 (4): 931-68
  • Andries W. Coetzee
  • Patrice Speeter Beddor
  • Will Styler
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Nasal harmony and phonotactic well-formedness in Tupari2016 International journal of American linguistics 82 (4): 453-85
  • Adam Roth Singerman
External Sandhi in a second language: the phonetics and phonology of obstruent nasalization in Korean-accented English2011 Language 87 (2): 289-345
  • Elizabeth Zsiga
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Variable velic movement in Karitiâna2011 International journal of American linguistics 77 (1): 33-58
  • Caleb Everett
Nasality and nasal prosody in Chimila2010 International journal of American linguistics 76 (1): 1-41
  • Terry Malone
The palatal series in Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit, with an overview of the basic sound correspondences2010 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 5 (1-2): 168-93
  • Jeff Leer
H6/KUB [ALASKA-]0041-9354in monographic issue 'The Dene-Yeniseian connection'; with 'Orthographic conventions for Yeniseian and Na-Dene' and 'Symbols and abbreviations' compiled by J Kari in appendix, 347-60
A reconstruction of nasal harmony in proto-Mundurukú (Tupi)2010 International journal of American linguistics 76: 411-38
  • Gessiane Picanço
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071in monographic issue on collaborative project 'Exploring the linguistic past: historical linguistics in South America'
A coarticulatory path to sound change2009 Language 85 (4): 785-821
  • Patrice Speeter Beddor
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Contrasts and stops of nasality in Puinave2004/2005 Amérindia 29/30: ii-iii, 81-96
  • Jesús Mario Girón
*H6/KUL [AMERINDIA-]0221-8852in monographic issue 'Langues de Colombie'; English and French summaries
Middle voice in Otomi2004 International journal of American linguistics 70 (1): 52-85
  • Enrique L. Palancar
Proto-Indo-European nasal infixation rule2004 Journal of Indo-European studies 32 (3/4): 337-59
  • Paolo Milizia
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Feature classes in phonology2002 Language 78 (1): 81-110
  • Jaye Padgett
Nasality in Emerillon2001/2002 Amérindia 26/27: 147-72, 'vi', 'map'
  • Françoise Rose
0221-8852in thematic issue 'Langues de Guyane'; English, Spanish, and Portuguese summaries
Nasalized fricatives in Coatzospan Mixtec2001 International journal of American linguistics 67: 449-66
  • Chip Gerfen
Nasal harmony in three South American languages2000 International journal of American linguistics 66 (1): 76-97
  • Long Peng
Nasal vowels as two segments: evidence from borrowings2000 Language 76 (2): 324-57
  • Carole Paradis
  • Jean-François Prunet
Palantla Chinantec: phonetic experiments on nasalization, stress, and tone1999 International journal of American linguistics 65 (3): 303-23
  • William R. Merriefield
Nasals and nasalisation: a revisit (evidence from south western Edoid)1997 Afrika und Übersee 80 (1): 47-70
  • Shirley Donwa-Ifode